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Newspaper ad for Loyola University Chicago in Forverts – Chicago edition [The Yiddish Daily Forward]. September 20, 1921.
Translated by Prof. Jeffry V. Mallow, Loyola University Chicago, Department of Physics.
1,940 students
147 professors

LAW School
Combined textbook in case methods.  Prepare for the Bar in all states.  Day school: a three-year course. Open to students who have completed a two-year college course.  Sessions begin the 3rd of October.  Hours from 9am to 12pm.  Special offer for a year’s tuition only $120.  Evening classes – four-year course, open to graduates of high school.  Class hours: 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, offered for one-year tuition – only $80. 
MEDICINE School
Four-year course open to students who have finished a two-year pre-med college – the best there is.  Leads to B.S. and M.D. degrees.  Standard catalog and registration information.  617 Ashland Avenue [Telephone: Central 1671]
Sessions begin October 1, 1921.  Catalog and information – 706 South Lincoln Avenue.  Telephone: West 1798.

ARTS and SCIENCES School
Accredited to the North-Central Association of Colleges.  Standard four-year course leading to B.A. and B.S. degrees.  Also pre-medical and engineering courses.  Open to graduates of high school.  Session begins September 21, 1921.  Catalog and information – Registrar 1076 West Roosevelt Road.  [Telephone: “He” exchange 8917]

SOCIOLOGY
Training for Social Work.  Extension classes for university degrees and teachers’ promotion.  Courses in sociology, pedagogy, history, philosophy, literature, languages, mathematics, etc.  Session begins October 3, 1921.  Classes from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, and 6:30 to 8:30 in the evening.
Bold script at bottom:  Catalog and information at the Registrar: 617 Ashland Avenue.  [Telephone: Central 2883].

(Thanks to Jack Krouse, S.J., for this submission; and to John Costello, S.J., for locating and procuring the ad.)
See also: Chicago Tribune article on Forverts (22 April 1994)

Newspaper ad for Loyola University Chicago in Forverts – Chicago edition [The Yiddish Daily Forward]. September 20, 1921.

Translated by Prof. Jeffry V. Mallow, Loyola University Chicago, Department of Physics.

1,940 students

147 professors

LAW School

Combined textbook in case methods.  Prepare for the Bar in all states.  Day school: a three-year course. Open to students who have completed a two-year college course.  Sessions begin the 3rd of October.  Hours from 9am to 12pm.  Special offer for a year’s tuition only $120.  Evening classes – four-year course, open to graduates of high school.  Class hours: 6:30pm – 9:00pm, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, offered for one-year tuition – only $80. 

MEDICINE School

Four-year course open to students who have finished a two-year pre-med college – the best there is.  Leads to B.S. and M.D. degrees.  Standard catalog and registration information.  617 Ashland Avenue [Telephone: Central 1671]

Sessions begin October 1, 1921.  Catalog and information – 706 South Lincoln Avenue.  Telephone: West 1798.

ARTS and SCIENCES School

Accredited to the North-Central Association of Colleges.  Standard four-year course leading to B.A. and B.S. degrees.  Also pre-medical and engineering courses.  Open to graduates of high school.  Session begins September 21, 1921.  Catalog and information – Registrar 1076 West Roosevelt Road.  [Telephone: “He” exchange 8917]

SOCIOLOGY

Training for Social Work.  Extension classes for university degrees and teachers’ promotion.  Courses in sociology, pedagogy, history, philosophy, literature, languages, mathematics, etc.  Session begins October 3, 1921.  Classes from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, and 6:30 to 8:30 in the evening.

Bold script at bottom:  Catalog and information at the Registrar: 617 Ashland Avenue.  [Telephone: Central 2883].

(Thanks to Jack Krouse, S.J., for this submission; and to John Costello, S.J., for locating and procuring the ad.)

See also: Chicago Tribune article on Forverts (22 April 1994)

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